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|Founded||April 30, 1984|
|Headquarters||Camarillo, California, United States|
|Steven Bronson (CEO)|
|Products||Force sensing, position sensing, mouse, pointing and touchpad|
Interlink Electronics, Inc. is a technology company that specializes in manufacturing sensors that are used in electronic portable devices, such as smartphones, GPS systems, and in industrial computers and systems controls.
Interlink Electronics filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Nintendo in December 2006 over the pointing functionality of the Wii Remote, claiming "loss of reasonable royalties, reduced sales and/or lost profits as a result of the infringing activities" of Nintendo. The lawsuit was dismissed by Interlink in March 2007.
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